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Many tweets are truncated #67

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tmthywynn8 opened this Issue May 6, 2017 · 4 comments

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tmthywynn8 commented May 6, 2017

I notice that many tweets. especially if they are long replies, are now being truncated when reading tweets with The Qube. It of a format similar to:
This is a tweet, and it is truncat… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/

Not sure if there's a possibility of fixing this, but I figure I'd report it just in case. I'm using The Qube commit e19fc16,though I'm sure it exists among earlier versions as well.

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Hi,

I think this article may be useful. Basically you can request for "extended tweets" in the API calls (by passing mode="extended"). Twitter will send you tweets with another key, "full_text", wich will contains the not trunkated version of the tweet.

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Hi,

I think this article may be useful. Basically you can request for "extended tweets" in the API calls (by passing mode="extended"). Twitter will send you tweets with another key, "full_text", wich will contains the not trunkated version of the tweet.

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@manuelcortez, thanks! As far as I understand, I need to check whether that key exists, and if it is not there, provide usual tweet text, am I right?

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Menelion commented Sep 21, 2017

@manuelcortez, thanks! As far as I understand, I need to check whether that key exists, and if it is not there, provide usual tweet text, am I right?

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Yea, that's true. If tweet.has_key("full_text") == False, then displays the normal tweet text. Also, take into account that you can find tweets like tweet["retweeted_status"]["full_text"] provided by the API

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manuelcortez commented Sep 21, 2017

Yea, that's true. If tweet.has_key("full_text") == False, then displays the normal tweet text. Also, take into account that you can find tweets like tweet["retweeted_status"]["full_text"] provided by the API

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